Dust Landscapes By Kate Robertson

Posted by Peter Nitsch | October 16th, 2012 Share

Dust Landscapes By Kate Robertson

Dust Landscapes by Melbourne-based Kate Robertson records dust collected from ConFest; a festival held by an alternative healing and spiritual community in the arid landscape of southwest New South Wales. Robertson explains, that “extracted dust particles from the site are brought back into the studio and photographed through various processes to create unfamiliar topographical maps. The dust landscapes represent the disorientating, surrendering, transformative and energising qualities of the festival. This work is part on an ongoing exploration into the influences of healing, spirituality and related phenomena in communities within natural environments.”

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